Student, Resident and Fellow Program
Full-time students and residents as well as fellows will continue to enjoy a discounted registration fee to attend the MAD-ID Annual Program.
In addition, we are ready and willing to assist in arranging for shared lodging for those who would like to economize in this way. Please contact email@example.com if you would like more information on this.
Travel Grants for Students and Trainees:
A limited number of $750.00 travel grants will likely be available (if funds are available), based on quality and order of submission to full-time health professional students, full-time residents and fellows who have submitted a highly rated abstract that has been accepted for presentation. Original presentations will be given preference. Only abstracts presenting completed work are eligible. Awardee must be first author and is expected to personally present the poster and to attend the entire meeting. Trainees residing within 50 miles of the meeting venue are not eligible. No more than 2 travel grants will be awarded to the same training program (residents or fellows) or college (students). Travel grant recipients are required to attend the meeting in its entirety including the Trainees’ Session on Wednesday afternoon just prior to the official start of the meeting. Please indicate if you are applying for a travel grant when submitting your abstract.
NEW! Trainee Focus Session.
Wednesday, May 27 2:00-3.30pm. “Give me the good news first! Transitioning into Infectious Diseases Practice”
Featuring Erin McCreary, PharmD and Jordon Smith, PharmD